Admin Menu Editor Pro 2.0 Download
helps you customize the WordPress admin menu to better suit your – or your clients’ – needs. Use it to:
Create a simple, streamlined admin menu for your non-technical users.
Make the important menus quick and easy to access while hiding the confusing or dangerous ones.
Organize a messy, complicated WordPress admin and turn into something that’s easy to understand and navigate
* Added “Choose users…” link that lets you select which users will show up in the menu editor. This makes it easier to change menu permissions for specific users.
* Added “Hide all submenu items when this item is hidden” setting. Normally, a top level menu stays visible as long as it has at least one accessible submenu item (that’s just how WordPress works). You can use this setting to override that, forcing all submenu items to stay hidden if the user doesn’t have access to the parent menu. Note that this can break plugins that rely on the default WordPress behaviour, so use with care.
* Added “Frame height” field. You can manually set the height of `
* Role names no longer move around when you click them.
* No longer reserve space for submenu icons when the items with icons are not actually visible.
* Fixed a rare bug where the menu editor would crash if one of the menu items had a `null` menu title. Technically, it’s not valid to set the title to `null`, but it turns out that some plugins do that anyway.
* Fixed another rare bug where certain valid colors would be treated as “no color selected”.
* Top level menus that have an empty title (“”, an empty string) are no longer treated as separators.
* The “page heading” setting now works properly on pages that use `
* Made all text fields and dropdowns the same height.
* All fields have consistent vertical margins.
* Fixed a number of layout bugs that could cause field labels to show up in the wrong place or get wrapped/broken in half when another plugin changed the default font or input size.
* Fixed a minor layout bug that caused the “expand menu properties” arrow to move down slightly when holding down the mouse button.
* Fixed a minor bug that could cause toolbar buttons to change size or position if another plugin happens to override the default link and image CSS.
* Added a workaround for plugins that create “Welcome”, “What’s New” or “Getting Started” menu items and then hide those items in a non-standard way. Now (some of) these items will no longer show up unnecessarily.
* Fixed a bug that mostly affected mobile devices and made it impossible to expand a top level menu when its “target page” was set to “None”.
* Improved compatibility with buggy plugins that unintentionally corrupt the list of users’ roles by misusing `array_shift`.
* Fixed a URL parsing bug that caused AME to mix up the “Customize”, “Header” and “Background” menu items in some configurations.
* Increased minimum required WordPress version to 4.1.
* In the “Permissions” dialog, moved the “enabled” checkbox to the left side of the list of roles.
* Un-deprecated the “Show/Hide” button, renamed it to “Hide without preventing access” and improved its compatibility with other features. Now it supports per-role settings. Changed the icon from a grey puzzle piece to a rectangle with a dashed border.
* Use `
` headings for admin pages in WordPress 4.2 and above.
* The plugin will remember the last few site URLs it has been activated on and automatically load the appropriate license details if the URL changes. This only works when all of the sites share the same WordPress database.
* The default submenu icon now matches the parent icon.
* Changed the wording of a bunch of tooltips.
* Made the “delete” button appear disabled when the selected menu item can’t be deleted.
* Moved the “new separator” button so that it’s next to the “new menu” button.
* Ran out of space in the toolbar, moved a few buttons to the second row. Click the new last button in the toolbar (“down chevron”) to show or hide the second row.
* Changed the close icon of plugin dialogs to a plain white “X”.
* Increased tooltip text size.
* Tested up to WordPress 4.4-beta3.
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